KC STUDIO REVIEW | LOKC “Opera in Eight Parts”

"The Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s newest venture, which will undoubtedly please their loyal patron base, is “Opera in Eight Parts,” a sort of hybrid recital/tasting menu which introduces the major points of opera’s development from the 16th into the 21st century. As the pandemic and social isolation have dragged on, three things are apparent. We are... Continue Reading →

KC STUDIO REVIEW | Opus 76 Quartet

I reviewed the final concert of Opus 76's The Kansas City Beethoven Cycle. "It’s extraordinary that he was able to create this music, fueled by his imagination, his perseverance, and his audacity to challenge everything that had every happened before him: conventions, rule, history and society.It is challenging to play and requires a level of... Continue Reading →

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